TAP and President Obama
A furor, over what I call The Abundance Plan (TAP), is escalating throughout the internet and in private circles. There is information. There is dis-information. Somewhere within is the truth.
I feel an obligation to keep my finger on the pulse and write about the information as I discover it. My intent is to review it and sort out what is accurate. To do this, I must write about all of it, even the things that I don’t yet know to be accurate.
Today’s article contains some of the recent information highlights. I encourage you to use your own discernment.
To me, the most surprising recent material is about President Obama. According to some sources, he knows of and is in agreement with TAP. Of course, Republican naysayers claim this is just an effort to re-elect Obama.
Here is a summary of the story.
Obama ran his 2008 presidential campaign with the intent of creating change. Some say he genuinely wanted to give power back to the people. However, he was thwarted in his efforts. The birth certificate controversy, assassination attempts, and manipulation of Obamacare are all attempts to discredit Obama and distract from the real issue of the failing financial system.
Therefore, he has cooperated with his handlers and implemented laws pushed upon him by those in power. These laws have expanded presidential powers through the use of Executive Orders. Some say these acts are unconstitutional. Obviously, they disrupt the checks and balances originally built into the United States government.
They do something else too.
They give Obama power to do the things necessary to enact TAP.
For example, The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the Executive Order empowering the presidency to take control of all utility services including electricity, gas, phone, cable, internet, water, and sanitation, was necessary before TAP could be implemented. It is the only way to ensure utilities remain operational during the initial stages of TAP when chaos will be most likely.
In addition, Obama recently signed an Executive Order that rejoins the United States to the International Criminal Court (ICC). According to the article linked here, The US left the ICC during Bush’s presidency in order to protect those responsible for kidnapping, drug running and torture. Now, those people may be arrested and charged with their crimes, even if they were members of the American military or CIA. This act was necessary before the TAP could lawfully be implemented .
Recent reports also shed light on the Secret Service sex scandal in Columbia. There are at least two other sides to this story. The first is that this was an assassination attempt that went sour. The second is that these agents were removed because they were not in alliance with TAP. Whatever the case, it shows that a sex scandal remains the tool of choice to discredit and take people out of the game. In addition, the removal of these agents was necessary to protect Obama during TAP.
This series of events dovetails with the liens filed against The Fed and Fed-aligned international banks. It provides a legal foundation for TAP.
There are reports that Obama plans to take massive steps at the upcoming NATO meeting in Chicago and the Group of Eight Summit at Camp David. I suggest we closely watch these two meetings for clues.
It appears the stage is set for TAP to begin.
Or, is the stage set for something more sinister?
I said at the beginning of this article that there is a growing furor over TAP. I will write about this growing controversy and look at the other side of this situation tomorrow.